- If the domain is available in more than one language: choose whether to display the conditions of use in only one language or to make them available in several languages.
- Untick the "Use the same texts for all languages" box to specify different documents depending on the language. In that case, all available languages are displayed in the form of clickable grey boxes containing the code of each available language. The language codes are preceded by if all documents have not been specified.
- Depending on the option chosen in step 1, follow the procedure of section A or B.
- In the first textbox, paste the link leading to the Terms & Conditions.
- In the textbox of the Terms and Conditions tab, write or paste the Terms and Conditions.
When configuring the metadata of a dataset in the Information tab, the license attached to that dataset should be defined, using a drop-down selection of predefined licenses. To define the licenses listed in the drop-down selection, go to Configuration > Legals. In this subsection of the back office menu, look for the "Licenses" area.
- Click the Add license button.
- In the Labels column, write the label of the license. The label will be displayed both in the drop-down selection in the back office, and in the Information tab of the published dataset in the front office. There must be one label per language available on the domain.
- (optional) In the URLs column, indicate the official website of the defined license, in order to find more information about that license. There can be one URL per language available on the domain.
- Click the Save button in the top right corner of the page.
If there is no URL indicated for one of the languages, the platform will consider that there is indeed no URL attached to the license label for one language. The license label displayed in the front office will not be clickable at all when the portal is set on that language.